The Global Oneness Project presents
The New Narrative: Local Voices for a Global Future
Featuring 3 short films:
—What Would It Look Like?
—Barrio de Paz
—A Thousand Suns (A new release documenting the Gamo Highlands of Ethiopia, one of the world's last bastions of sustainable agriculture)
This Monday, Kent Police arrested a man in Sheffield under the Serious Crime Act 2007 in relation to the recent Indymedia server seizure. His home was raided, all computer equipment and related papers taken. He was released after eight hours. The person had neither technical, administrative nor editorial access to the Indymedia UK website. He was only associated to the project by hosting its server.
The arrest took place under Section 44-46 of the Serious Crime Act, which was passed into law on 1st October 2008 to combat serious international crime like drug trafficking, prostitution, money laundering and armed robbery. Sections 44-46 refer to “encouraging or assisting offences”.